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* [http://kbeezie.com/view/debian-ubuntu-nginx-init-script/ PHP-FPM (5.3.x) - Compatible with Lenny/Squeeze]
 
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* [https://github.com/Fleshgrinder/nginx-sysvinit-script <abbr title="Linux Standard Base">LSB</abbr> compliant init script] which assumes installation in <code>/usr/local/sbin/nginx</code> <sup>[https://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts [1<nowiki>]</nowiki>]</sup>
  
 
== FreeBSD ==
 
== FreeBSD ==
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== Windows ==
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* [https://github.com/InvGate/winginx/ Nginx Service for Windows.] It uses [http://nssm.cc/ NSSM] as a wrapper for service behaviour.
  
 
== Others ==
 
== Others ==
  
 
* [[Standalone daemon]]
 
* [[Standalone daemon]]

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Nginx Init Scripts

So many way to start Nginx. You can either used the binary or set something up that will work specifically for your needs. If you install Nginx from a repository, then it is likely that you already have an init script installed. If you installed from source, then you'll want to find a script from below to help you out.

Red Hat

Fedora

Ubuntu

Debian

FreeBSD

OSX

Windows

Others